Client is technologically challenged. They want nothing to do with
creating PDFs, sending PDFs, etc. They hired me to create their forms
which will be available from a password protected directory on their
website and stored (after completion) on a HIPAA compliant email server.
Why is this so complicated?
Wow. So after paying hundreds for Livecycle turns out I also need
Acrobat? top that off with the unpleasant icing that Adobe doesn't even
offer phone support for Livecycle. Adobe you make me exhausted.
Has anyone figured out a workaround? I know there are other free viewers
(tracker software) but small business client isn't going to like that
they have to pour thousands into reader extensions. There must be a way
for a PDF designed in LiveCycle ES4 v.11 and allow the end user to save
a copy (and submit via email) from Acrobat Reader DC. I see lots of
threads complaining about this very simple problem but I do not see any
solutions that utilize a free adobe reader. I am aware of the PRINT to
Do any video tutorials exist that explain VERY SIMPLY how to create a
form in LiveCycle that can be completed by the general public with the
latest free version of Adobe Acrobat ?? Need the form to require digital
signature and then can be submitted via email to a Onedrive account.
With HIPAA compliance ramping up for 2016-17, seems like Adobe would
explain how traditional forms can be submitted via email with a digital
signature. The folks on the other end of 800-642-3623 don't have a clue.